❴Reading❵ ➷ Plain Dealing Author Shelley Young – Horse-zine.co.uk


Plain Dealing quotes Plain Dealing , litcharts Plain Dealing , symbolism Plain Dealing , summary shmoop Plain Dealing , Plain Dealing 63541838 The Death Of A Woman Forces A Small Rural Town To Uncover Its First Murder In Than Fifty Years In A Town So Small, Where Everyone Knows Every Intimate Detail About Each Other, Thanks To The Town S Ever Churning Gossip Mill, It Should Be Easy To Find The Killer Amongst Them Or Is It From The Beginning, Rumors Of Who The Murderer Is Point In One Single Direction Dr Tell, A Native Of New Orleans, And Therefore A Newcomer To Plain Dealing, Is The Owner And Chief Of Staff Of The Hospital Where The Slain Woman Worked And Rumor Is Dr Tell S Has An Unquenchable Dark Side Whispered Of Having A Penchant For Preying On The Nurses Inside His Hospital, For Most In The Town It S An Open And Shut Case If This Is So, Why Hasn T The Town S Sheriff Made Any Arrests Alison Saunders Knows All Too Well That Every Rumor Spoken Inside Of The Snack And Eat Diner, Which Doubles As The Town S Gossip Headquarters, Isn T True As A Victim Of These Rumors, She S Had To Live Her Entire Life As An Unwanted Resident Living Alone Is What She S Used To, And Although She S Hated It Seems By Everyone, She Refuses To Imbibe From The Well Of Pity Determined To Make The Most Of Her Life, She Takes Each Day As It Comes, Unaware That Deep Down Inside Her Lonely Heart Is Pleading For Someone Anyone In Plain Dealing To Give Her A Chance At Friendship This Chance Finally Comes When Unusual Circumstances Pair Her With Dr Tell As One Of His Nurses, Will She Be The Town S Next Victim With The Rumor Mill Grinding At A Swift Speed, The Sheriff And His Deputies Try And Beat The Clock To Uncover The Killer That Everyone In Town Is Looking For Meanwhile, Alison S New Friendship With Dr Tell Unexpectedly Sends Her Spiraling Into A Sexual Lifestyle She Never Knew Existed After Women Are Murdered, Alison Must Ask Herself Is She Finally Living Or Is She Setting Up Her Own Demise Plain Dealing Is A Story About Stepping Out Of A Small Town Caste, Learning Of One S Independence, Building Friendships And Finding Love In Those Who Others Around Have Deemed Unlovable With A Fast Pace And Filled With Levity, It S A Book You Won T Be Able To Put Down, And When You Do You Understand Just How Powerful Spoken Words Truly Are


10 thoughts on “Plain Dealing

  1. says:

    This is the second book by Shelley Young I ve read this year It started slowly enough and I initially felt it might be a struggle, but I soon found myself drawn in by this mistress of the written word I don t say that lightly, but there s something about Shelley s writing that leads you to believe you re holding a sparkler a slow burning firework most often held by children only to discover you ve actually got hold of an atom bomb Where do I start There are erotic writers, plenty of them, but none to match Shelley Young Some erotic writers are jumping on the E.L James bandwagon some even name their books Fifty Sheds of Grey or Fifty Shades of BDSM or I don t know what else They re generally not very good, but they re hoping their unique title will sell a few books Some erotic writers are clearly just living out their own fantasies You can always tell which ones these are because they have no profile picture on or Twitter or Goodreads, or instead they ve got a picture of a lady with full, perky breasts peeking out of a snow white bra She ll be wearing high leather boots and carrying a whip and Well, I m sure you get the picture All very nice, but it s not the author, so what is she he hiding And some erotic writers are bloody awful with a storyline of a pizza delivery boy with an incredible six pack always and a penis that twangs harder than a piano string getting laid by the lady of the house in a scenario reminiscent of Confessions of a Window Cleaner, but with a dollop of smut thrown in for good measure.Shelley Young is not even on the same page as these writers Let me tell you, she is in a class of her own First of all, I don t even know if she classes herself as an erotic writer, but she is She writes about dominance and submission, bondage and discipline, sadism and masochism, latex and rubber fetishes, BDSM etiquette, top dominant and bottom submissive, crops, whips, floggers and even dungeon monitors in such a mature manner that she has either researched her subject extremely well or she leads a very engaging and delightful social life herself.I generally consider myself to be a man of clean thoughts and na ve tastes, and in my innocence believed that a bit of bondage involved tying one partner to the bedposts and fooling around a little WOW Shelley Young soon put me right on those misconceptions.But this book is so much than all of this It has a main plot which involves people being killed in a small town and the honest but inexperienced Sherriff s attempts to solve the case whilst he becomes increasingly overwhelmed with matters he has no understanding of And the book also has a sub plot and another sub plot beneath that and further hidden levels of sub plots and sub sub plots that you find yourself captivated by the rich characterisations and their relationships with each other.More than this, though, we have a reluctant submissive trying to come to terms with the demands that she adopt a deferential and accommodating nature in a disciplined manner, and a dominant trying to come to terms with a relationship in which both partners are equal Put all that in the mix and see what comes out I cannot recommend the writing of Shelley Young highly enough And as a postscript, I wouldn t like to leave this review with any misconceptions about my views on erotic writers I ve found them to be amongst the most helpful and the most supportive of all other authors, bloggers, spin doctors, song writers and scribblers Huge love to all writers out there you all work hard enough but it never fails to amaze me when we discover people who some would regard as being at the lower end of the social scale are actually the most decent human beings Strange how the perspective changes with the point of view, isn t it Quite often those who don t possess a coarse streak very often possess a cruel one.


  2. says:

    PLAIN DEALING is a small rural town where everyone knows everything about everybody And the rumor mill is constantly on over drive The small town is turned upside down when a murder occurs It doesn t take long for the rumors to start and, despite the lack of evidence, all fingers point to one person Newcomer Dr Tell and town outcast Alison Saunders find themselves thrown together in a twist of fate The events that transpire from that one murder bring these two together in a way no one could have expected The small town life of PLAIN DEALING is evident, not just in the story itself, but also in the characters The characters are intriguing, each having their own personality I especially enjoyed the unlikely pairing of Alison and Dr Tell Alison has lived her life alone and unwanted and completely unaware of the fact that something is missing from her life Dr Tell is rud to have a dark side, but often shows that he can be very compassionate and caring They have an amazing chemistry, which leads to some rather steamy adult moments Definitely not for the kiddos PLAIN DEALING is quite the suspenseful read, full of twists and surprises, almost everywhere you turn You are often left on the edge of your seat, anxious to see what happens next This is a great book that has a lot to offer, which is why it was difficult to put down at times Suspense, humor, hope and loveall make for a great read


  3. says:

    I enjoyed Plain Dealing by Shelley Young dardiandreshaj Especially Alison and her unbending spirit in the face of a horrible town she lives in Do people really exist like the people in the town of Plain Dealing I hope not but fear there are many many many among us Truly horrible people I thought I knew who the murderer was up until the very end A surprise ending and nobody was left unscathed The bondage in the book was unexpected but well written With the bondage we learn much about the mysterious Dr Tell and why he does what he does The people in Plain Dealing that I liked, I really really liked and those that I didn t like, I loathed Well written and it kept me reading and guessing


  4. says:

    Wow This novel was extremely well written, the characterization was spot on from my small town perspective , and the whole sordid concept very plausible I wasn t expecting the BDSM as part of the plot but could see where it could be used as a driving force to further the story I will be looking for other novels by this author in the future.


  5. says:

    The story line grabbed me at the beginning than as I went along it seemed as if it was about the kinky sex life of a local doctor than catching a killer This book has a lot of BDSM in it Just not my thing.


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